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90.3 FM WNJZ

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90.3 FM WRPR

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90.3 FM WVHP

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90.3 FM WVPH

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90.3 FM WKNJ

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This page will attempt to showcase the histories of New Jersey FM Radio stations, past and present. The history pages content is provided by "Pirate" Jim George.  Please feel free to e-mail him with any information you would like to contribute to this page and you will be credited.

Some information also provided by:
 

  • Bruce Elving's FMedia! newsletters, 1986-present
     

  • Dave Hughes' NYRTV website (no longer online)
     

  • Tom "LavPass"


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    WNJZ - 90.3 FM, Cape May Ct. House

    WNJZ simulcasts WNJT (see Page 1,) as part of the NJN Radio Network.
    90.3 was granted the WNJZ calls on April 26, 1996.
     



    WRPR - 90.3 FM, Mahwah
    WRPR, from Ramapo College, started broadcasting on July 15, 1980.
    Calls were assigned on October 9, 1979.
    WRPR stands for "Ramapo Power Radio" and features a mix of rock and specialty programming.
    (Old WRPR logos courtesy of Bryan Vargo)
     
      WVHP - 90.3 FM, Highland Park
    WVHP was a 10 watt station that broadcasted from Highland Park High School, and went on the air in January 1973.
    Calls stood for the "Voice Of Highland Park."
    The station shared time with WVPH, 90.3 in Piscataway (see below.)
    WVHP was deleted by the FCC in April 1993.
     
    WVPH - 90.3 FM, Piscataway
    WVPH, from Piscataway High School, started broadcasting in May 1976.
    Calls stand for the "Voice Of Piscataway High."
    WVPH shared time with WVHP, 90.3 in Highland Park (see above) until April 1993, at which point, WVPH became a full-time station.
     

    WKNJ - 90.3 FM, Union Twsp.
    WKNJ, from Kean University (formerly "College",) started broadcasting in January 1980.
    The station currently features a mix of rock and specialty programming.
     
     
     
       

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